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Firefox gets support for WebGL

Posted on Wednesday, September 23 2009 @ 00:00:01 CEST by


ARS Technica spotted the latest nightly build of Firefox features a working implementation of WebGL, a new standard that seeks to bring 3D graphics to the web.
The WebGL working group was formed earlier this year when Mozilla teamed up with the Khronos Group, the organization behind the OpenGL standard, to define an open standard for native browser 3D. The goal is to develop low-level JavaScript APIs that will provide comprehensive support for OpenGL ES 2.0. High-level third-party libraries, such as C3DL, will be built on top to give Web application developers a more expressive and convenient way to leverage WebGL's 3D capabilities. Mozilla believes that the flexibility inherent in this layered approach will be advantageous in the long term and that the trend towards faster JavaScript engines will make it practical for real-world usage.



 



 

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